LOL great capture of the fluffed feathers! :-)
What great photos, Diane! You must have a monster lens or was it really that close?
Tracy, it was pretty close, about 15 feet away.
WOW! We have Coopers Hawks here, but I've never seen one close enough to get a good photo.I LOVE that last one with his feathers all fluffed up - what a wonderful blessing to be visited by this beauty!
wow! amazing series of hawk photos!!You managed to capture the fluffed feathers so beautifully!betty xx
thanks for sharing this. :)
A photogenic Cooper - I like his ruffled feathers.
What a beautiful bird. Good work on all the shots.
wow, always exciting to be this close, look at those penetrating eyes, really awesome shots.
Wonderful !You are so lucky to have one sitting so nicely so you were able to get some great photos.The one who has been around my home is usually just a flash of feather as it zooms by my window as he picks up lunch and is munching his way through my very unwanted critter population. I love him !cheers, parsnip
These are REALLY great photos--the last one is amazing.
What a nice last picture! I don't think I would like to be too close.
Thanks for greeting in an Eagle way.I love that.
Nice to be so close and get these great images, especially lucky to catch those ruffled feathers.
Excellent pics!!!! That is a beautiful bird:)
That's a pretty hawk. Glad to see these hawk survive well in the wild there.
Very beautiful photos!
What an awesome opportunity. Aren't they such noble looking creatures?
What photos, Diane! Awesome - er, ditto Magpie's comment!
The hawk looks so imperial and all-knowing sitting on that branch. Maybe he was looking for prey.How cool that you can look out your door and see something that beautiful. Thanks for sharing these photos, Diane!
Wow..what great shots, Diane! The hawk looks amazingly close, and so pretty!
Great shots, especially that last one. Glass doors and windows do make great blinds, I shoot through them often.A coopers hawk swooped through our yard today but to fast for a shot.
Beautiful pictures of the hawk, Diane. He looks like he is looking for some dinner!!!! Hope the Mourning Doves are all hidden!!!!! haHugs,Betsy
We had a hawk circling over the yard last week, so the girls wouldn't put the bunny or guinea pigs out. :) I guess that's a wise choice.Beautiful bird you saw here!
Really beautiful captures!
I agree with Lindy...
Very beautiful specimen! You know me as Jeannette St.G. at my "Mysteries" blog, but I started this new one, as Emille! Have a great rest of the week:)
I agree with these comments...
Excellent capture of the bird!
Amazing photos! What a gorgeous bird! Happy Easter!
Happy Easter Diane, stopping by here to gree you happy Easter and at the same time, be delighted with your beautiful pictures again.
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